Eid is all about festivities so you want to have a slightly heavier lawn outfit but at the same time to feel cool in your lawn!! With this season of Eid almost every designer come up with new Eid collection in which every piece is an amalgamation of unique style and royalty to make you elegant. It is an occasion that requires equal amount of simplicity, tradition and sophistication so every designer has kept their collection festive yet contemporary. Let’s have a look at major collections launched this season:

Adnan Parsdesy :

Adnan Parsdesy collection can also be termed as the summer season collection. It is simple, easy and breezy. Offering ten designs in five different colors and three sizes, the collection is an amalgamation of solids which can be paired with anything existing piece in your wardrobe i.e. printed Pallazos. The colours of the collection are ivory, black, yellow, royal blue and light blue.

“The inspiration behind my Eid Collection is simplicity and minimalism which is our signature design philosophy, churidaars etc. We have tried to keep it extremely versatile so that it can be worn to work, at get-togethers/coffees and even to dinners. The fabrics that we have used are 100% Cotton, Japanese Muslins and 100% Silk Chiffons. We have used laces as trimmings and to add a touch of glamour to the collection, we have also embedded buttons of different stones. It's much understated and is designed to appeal to women who understand detail craftsmanship, impeccable finishing and intricate details,” says Adnan. 

According to Adnan, women should keep Eid outfits simple when it comes to their wardrobe and ideally accessorize with jewelry, bangles and mehndi. “We have made out own versions of Khali Kurtas, straight Kurta, etc with our signature styles of pleats and other stitching details. I always advise my clients to stand out of the crowd employing the aforesaid style sense.”

Layla Chatoor:

Layla’s Eid collection has seven distinct detailed embroidery designs carved expertly on luxe fabrics. These designs are available in different sizes. The designer has used the aforesaid embroidery on luxe fabrics such as Indian Maheswari, Chikankari, distinctive crochet, laces and embossed cotton nets.

“We have used tatami embroidered motifs, articulated marrori work with fine chained stitches and our signature gaara filled thread work. Colours are all fresh mainly pastels, whites and greens.

My Eid collection inspiration comes from the love of detailed embroidery, cross border luxe rich fabrics and creating ensembles for women who have an eye for traditional old school stitch and embroideries and techniques,” says Layla.

 Maria B

Maria B has used fresh pastels, ethnic deep tones and funky bright colours on jacquard lawn, pure silk and chiffon and pure lawn with chikan kari, sequence embroideries, thick knotted cotton embroidery and digital borders. Her lawn collection is comprised of ten designs based on three piece suits. “We wanted this Eid to be festive, floral, feminine and traditional for MARIA B so in this collection, we have a feminine, ethereal quality as well as some designs which are traditional in the spirit of Eid. For Eid we would suggest wearing pure cottons, lawns, chiffon and silks as it is the only fabric that breathes in this heat. As for the cuts, short hemlines with cigarette pants. ”


Kasyeria has always something exciting in their box. Their Eid collection named ‘Shaadianeh’ endorses the embellishments, Gottas, Lappas and embroideries to invoke nostalgia for vintage weddings. The collection has vibrant colours and contrasts and it is a pure celebration. The inspiration behind the collection is bygone fashion eras. With 16 different looks the collection is based on Lawn, Swiss Lawn, Cotton Lawn, Chiffon and Cotton Net which are all light fabrics to help customers feel breezy in summers. 


Sania Maskatiya

This Eid the Sania Maskatiya design house brings to you the much celebrated crafts, patterns and ornaments of the subcontinent. A visual exploration of our sub-continental decorative genius is presented in the Eid collection in both eastern and western silhouettes. There is a variety of designs in her collection almost 35 to 45 outfits are there. Sania has used digital prints, embroideries and her signature cuts which dominate the collection in a varying colour palette.


Sana Safinaz

This year Sana Safinaz went with brighter tones for the summer heat. You will find seven prints in two colour ways each. They have used a mix of silk and chiffon dupattas. Sana Safinaz collection head with classy and feminine style. 

Hajra Hayat

As Eid is falling in the hottest part of the year thus Hajra Hayat collection is inspired with summer time. You will get exclusive one piece each for Eid which comprises mostly of solid block colours combined with prints. She used white, predominantly, shades of lemon, yellow and sunny oranges to her prints to make a statement using lawn and cotton for day wear and light weight silks and laces for evening wear. Her cuts are very loose and comfortable.

Ayesha Somaya:

The designer duo luxury prêt and semi formal collection is perfect for Eid and other seasonal festivities. All the dresses of the collection have been stylized for those women who want to wear distinctive dresses. With east meets west designs and patterns the collection is sheer self detailed white formals with statement Chikankari Kaamdani and sequence work which is beautifully embellished on shirts and pants. The collection includes cocktail dresses, prom dresses, frocks, ankle length flowy dresses and maxi.

Mahgul Rashid

MAHGUL’s Eid ensembles comprise shirts and tunics featuring the brand’s signature bespoke embroideries and prints along with accents of pearls and hints of dabka work. The brand further introduces a series of limited edition printed canvas clutch bags to complement the collection. The collection is based in a variety of softer and darker hues and tones.


Elan’s has ethereal pastel coloured collection which is well suited for a summer Eid. There are ten outfits which are in tones of peach, aqua, mint, nude etc. Inspired from clean breezy cuts dressed in Moroccan and Indian embroideries with embellished accents, the collection is simply worth noticing.


Faraz Manan:


Keeping in mind the luxurious and classical design philosophy, Faraz Manan prints are based on the richness of various cultures around the globe. The main features of his collection are customized chicken Kari and jacquard in his signature colour palette. For summers, Faraz Manan suggests muted grey, nudes, ice blue and white is classical for all seasons which is evident on his clean, simple and elegant cuts.

Nida Azwer:

This year Nida Azwer has come up with multiple collections this Eid, from Pret, Luxury Pret to Fomrals.  Her Eid Collection is based in a rich variety of colours and hues, from the softer light teals, greys and whites to bright red and blues which drew inspiration from her brands’ craft revival projects to create pieces in kingri with applique kurtas, shadow work and katcha thanka techniques. Also as part of Eid collections, Nida has introduced a diffused version PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week ‘Urban Jungle’ collection, along with a special lawn capsule collection on popular demand, where she selected a range of digitally printed lawn shirts based in fresh colour tones complemented by floral and figurative designs with embroidered embellishments and buttons